Before, during and after an epidemic, it is essential to provide people with trusted, clear and effective information. Engaging with communities can help to prevent fear, panic and rumours from undermining response efforts.
23 February 2022
Emerging epidemics and risk perception poster
Organization:IFRC, Save the Children, US AID
A poster on Zika Virus and risk perception in Latin America and the Caribbean. This poster was submitted and presented at the Social Behavior Change Communications Summit, 2018 in Bali.
1 July 2021
Death and funerary practices in the context of epidemics: Upholding the rights of religious minorities
This working paper explores the challenges that emerge when public health measures to mitigate the risk of infection during an epidemic infringe on the rights of religious communities to say a final farewell to their loved ones according to their customs.
28 April 2021
Ebola: ECV/RCCE training of trainers package
A collection of resources, including the ECV/RCCE ToT training recordings, PPTs, and training materials as well as guidance notes, social science research and studies, audio visual aid related to Ebola and additional resources from the Ebola response in DRC. Available in English and French.
27 May 2020
Evaluation of the Ebola Recovery Community Trust project
Organization:Finnish Red Cross
An evaluation of the Ebola Recovery Community Trust Project, a three-year project developed by the Swedish Red Cross in partnership with Sierra Leone Red Cross Society to address environmental concerns of the Ebola Virus Disaster response, with appropriate messaging for communities.
1 April 2020
Sharing midterm review findings with communities
This case study documents how the Zambia Red Cross Society adopted a Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA) approach during their three-year Pneumonia Reduction Project.
30 March 2020
Ebola champion leads prevention efforts to protect her community
Organization:IFRC, Uganda Red Cross
A case study produced by the IFRC and the Ugandan Red Cross, on how one woman and her family are mobilising communities to prepare for and prevent outbreaks of the Ebola Virus Disease in Uganda.
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